Learn How to Link Academy, Legit or just another scam?
- Product – Learn How To Link Academy
- Website – learnhowto-link.academy
- Price – Lowest discount = $77.95
- Verdict – SCAM!
In this review I’ll be going over why I did NOT buy this program because I am nearly certain it is a scam. There are red flags all over when you go to the site. Here are the top reasons why I believe this program is an absolute scam.
First off they make it sound VERY easy
If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. Learn How To Link Academy makes their program sound like the greatest thing to ever hit the market. The guy tells you that if you listen to this short 2 minute video he guarantees you will make $500 minimum.
After that, just work a few hours a day and you will be filthy rich.
And if you want, just work 1 hour per day. You will still be able to live off of your earnings.
And check this out. They have an earnings calculator on their site. You can enter some information about how much work you want to do and you are given an earnings estimate.
I entered that I would post 35 links per day. And since they said above that 15 links would take 1 hour, then 35 links should take 2.33 hours. Then I entered that I would make $20 per link, which according to them is pretty normal. Lastly I entered I would only work ONE DAY PER WEEK. And take a look at what they estimate I will make
Are you kidding me? I can work 1 day a week, and only for 2.33 hours that day, and make $700? $36,400 a year? This is absolutely ridiculous, its funny.
Next red flag that caught my eye was the flashy earnings
Flashing “big money” everywhere
Scams often come off as “over the top”. Its just too much to be true. and this site does exactly that (although not as bad as some others). They flash mega mansions, private jets, yachts, and bank account information.
This is all to get people’s blood pumping with excitement, just dreaming of sailing on a their own yacht and making tons of money.
And the whole bank account information, that CANNOT be trusted. I could through together a fake bank account statement in 30 minutes easy. Its not hard to do.
I would say that the majority of sites that flash around their bank statements every chance they get are scams, although I have seen some legitimate ones. You won’t be seeing my bank statements anywhere on this site. Why? Thats just how I was raised. You don’t go telling everyone how much you are making. I think there are a lot of others out there that have the same mindset as me when it comes to this.
But anyway, Learn How To Link Academy has no problem showing the “easy” money you can earn. Just take a look at a bank statement they posted. Of course its an absolutely ridiculous amount, $2,000 in one day
Then the have a classic scam trick
Only 3 Spots Left!
Oh no, I better hurry and sign up for this program without giving it any more thought. If I don’t sign up now I won’t get this opportunity again.
This is classic for scams. They know that just about anyone will realize that their “opportunity” doesn’t make sense if they take the time to think about it. So they try to get you to sign up as fast as possible with as little thought as possible.
This number will probably change around, but its always going to be low so that you are in a hurry.
And the last red flag that I’m going to cover is
They Offer Crazy Savings
Of course with Learn How To Link Academy you are going to get the best deal on the planet. I mean the program they are giving you is worth over $2,000 and they are giving it to you for only $97.95. Wow thats a discount.
And it gets better. The deal only lasts for today! Right now its February 25th 2016 and they are telling me its only good for this date. But I’m pretty sure if I came back tomorrow it would be the same discount and say the same thing.
Then when you try to exit out of the page, one of those “confirm navigation” pages pops up along with another discount. Take a look at the additional discount. They just won’t give up
Do you really think a $2,000 product would be sold for $77.95? Ya right.
Is it a SCAM?
Absolutely. There is a lot more suspicious activity going on with this site that I’m not even going to bother with going over. But here are a few other points that are explained in the “earnings disclaimer” at the bottom footer menu of their site:
- The news channel (5dailynews.us) is fake and the writer on that site goes by the pen name Dianne Fisher
- The earnings are not realistic or representative of many people
And the list goes on. Anyhow, I hope this is enough to make you decide not to join this scam.